Sam and His Brother Len by John Manderino MANDERINO

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This is the funny, poignant story of two brothers growing up in the early '60s. Manderino lightly approaches the underside of the middle American family in a tumultuous period of history.

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John Manderino teaches at the University of Southern Maine.
Published August 30, 2005 by Academy Chicago Publishers. 248 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Despite Len's request that he stay at home, Sam sets off to a university in search of answers to ``the ultimate question concerning Man's existence.'' His quest leads him to drugs, drunkenness, Buddhism, and ``meaningful'' songs before he returns home.

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